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Free Technology for Teachers: Ten Terrific Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools

Free Technology for Teachers: Ten Terrific Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it

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“La igualdad sería ver un incremento de mujeres en los premios Nobel”

“La igualdad sería ver un incremento de mujeres en los premios Nobel” | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
Las mujeres han tenido más peso en la Historia de la Ciencia del que se enseña en los centros educativos o del que se muestra en los medios de comunicación.
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Una cantidad moderada de ruido favorece la creatividad

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Una cantidad moderada de ruido favorece la creatividad
El ruido ambiental es un factor importante para la cognición creativa, afirma Ravi Mehta, profesor e investigador de administración de negocios de la Universidad de Illinois.

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Six Skills to Reduce the Risk and Increase the Promise of Your Students

Six Skills to Reduce the Risk and Increase the Promise of Your Students | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
In Reducing the Risk, Increasing the Promise: Strategies for Student Success, Sherrel Bergmann and Judith Allen Brough provide a clear path to foll...

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Estimulación de los niños con altas capacidades

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  Estimulación de los niños con altas capacidades.
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NAGC - ED Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed Ability Classroom

NAGC - ED Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed Ability Classroom | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it

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Susan Striepe's curator insight, February 16, 2013 2:13 PM

Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed-Ability Middle School Classroom.

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Can Depression Help Us Be More Creative? Part 3

Can Depression Help Us Be More Creative? Part 3 | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
Can such a profoundly challenging mental health issue like depression actually have some benefit for the many creative people who suffer from it?

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QUERIDO FUTUR@ MAESTR@

QUERIDO FUTUR@ MAESTR@ | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it

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Sonia M. Blanco Rivas's curator insight, February 15, 2013 12:31 PM

Esta es la carta que mi querida amiga Estelita, del blog Viviendo con Superdotados ha escrito a aquell@s futur@s maestr@s que aún están en su periodo de formación. A aquellas personas que por vocación real ha decidido dedicar su tiempo a estudiar la forma de aportar su granito de arena para que las nuevas generaciones de niños y niñas disfruten a la vez que aprenden, que adquieren nuevos conocimientos y que pueden hacer sentir en los demás la misma pasión con la que elll@s mism@s ejercen su propia profesión.

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La creatividad mata la creatividad

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La creatividad mata la creatividad http://t.co/hELV6abq
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Perfil del niño con altas capacidades

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Definición y características de los niños con altas capacidades
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Relationships can be challenging for highly sensitive people

Relationships can be challenging for highly sensitive people | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
Interactions with others and just being in social situations can be challenging for those of us who are highly sensitive. Although sensitivity is not the same thing, it often goes along with introversion or even shyness.

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Creative People: Personality and Mental Health - Part 2

This is another part of my hour long presentation on a variety of topics that relate to many creative people - topics such as High Sensitivity, Self Concept & Self Esteem, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and other traits and experiences that impact how we develop creativity. See notes, links etc at

http://talentdevelop.com/creative-people-personality-and-mental-health-webinar/


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¿Tienes un joven talento en casa? La neurociencia te ayuda a descubrirlo

¿Tienes un joven talento en casa? La neurociencia te ayuda a descubrirlo | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
4 Febrero, 2013
Los niños con altas capacidades pasan desapercibidos en la mayoría de ocasiones, tanto para sus profesores como para sus padres.
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La hora del hemisferio derecho

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La educación tradicional ha fomentado el pensamiento lógico y racional. Para afrontar el nuevo mundo necesitamos explorar nuestra pare más emotiva y creativa

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Cómo saber si un niño o una niña tienen un perfil de altas capacidades

Cómo saber si un niño o una niña tienen un perfil de altas capacidades | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it

Cómo saber si un niño o una niña tienen un perfil de altas capacidades: http://t.co/svZOpWnk

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Dealing with self sabotage: Getting beyond impostor feelings

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“I can be very hard on myself. I convince myself that I’m fooling people. Or, I convince myself that people like the book for the wrong reasons.”

Jonathan Safran Foer – about his novel Everything Is Illuminated, which made The New York Times best-seller list.

 

 


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Douglas Eby's curator insight, February 17, 2013 4:50 PM

Post includes suggestions from Dr. Valerie Young from her site Overcome the Impostor Syndrome http://talentdevelop.com/OvercomingImpostorSyndrome

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Is My Child Gifted? Interview With Dr Linda Silverman

Is My Child Gifted? Interview With Dr Linda Silverman | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
As an education major, I was required to take only one class on learning disabilities and giftedness. 98% of the semester was spent studying learning disabilities and the other 2% spent on giftedness.
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REALIZING THE DREAM TO 'FLY'

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Cómo aumentar la felicidad en los niños

Cómo aumentar la felicidad en los niños | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
Un niño feliz es un niño más seguro, que se va a desenvolver mejor en todos los aspectos de su vida, con los amigos, con la familia, en el colegio…, es más receptivo al aprendizaje, a escuchar a otros niños, a cooperar… y, en definitiva, es un niño...

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Alberto del Mazo's curator insight, February 17, 2013 3:19 AM

Pautas para familias de Silvia Álava Sordo para aumentar la felicidad de los hijos: enseñar a decir gracias, ser amables, centrarnos en lo positivo, no etiquetar, no dramatizar, no sobreprotejer a los niños y favorecer el correcto desarrollo de la inteligencia emocional.

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Fostering thinking requires relinquishing control

Fostering thinking requires relinquishing control | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it

As someone who has spent my entire career working on school reform, I wince at headlines like “The Secret to Fixing Bad Schools.” But UC Berkeley professor of public policy David Kirp got it right in his recent New York Times op ed when he said “To succeed, students must become thinkers, not just test-takers.”

 

What most readers of the Times probably didn’t understand is that creating schools in which student thinking is a priority will require that we transform not only teaching but school, district, and even state and federal leadership as well. To foster student thinking, teachers have to be allowed and encouraged to think. To support teachers who think, principals will need to think as well. Thinking principals will require thinking superintendents, and on up the ladder to board members and policymakers. Currently, though we say we value thinking, policymakers largely don’t trust the people who work in schools. One result is so-called “teacher proof” curricula. Another is California’s plethora of categorical programs with their many rules and regulations.

 

Right now, state leaders seem willing to question the system that tells adults to turn off their brains and follow the rules. Their timing is good, since the Common Core State Standards prioritize thinking skills and the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium tests seem on track to try to assess them. The challenge for leaders at every level is whether they are really ready to let go of control, because that is what fostering thinking will require. This is a challenge for teachers: a classroom of students hard at work thinking through a complex issue is more noisy and unpredictable than one filling out worksheets. Principals supervising teachers with these kinds of classrooms face a new challenge: teachers’ first efforts won’t always be pretty. Neither will be principals’ efforts to create a new, more vibrant culture of innovation at the school level. And for leaders at the district level, a real focus on thinking could call into question the entire management toolkit, from the adopted textbook to the pacing guide and beyond.

 

Some local leaders are already seizing the opportunity to reinvent schooling in this way. But too many others are working hard to find a way to make the Common Core State Standards into another version of No Child Left Behind (NCLB). This is not surprising: for many leaders, the No Child Left Behind leadership toolkit is the only one they know. Under NCLB, accountability programs focused schools on test scores, and a host of related policies and incentives also proscribed the strategies that districts used to improve the test scores. California was particularly notable for its tight focus on “high fidelity” implementation of state-adopted curriculum materials, and for its insistence that professional development for both teachers and principals should also focus rather narrowly on the textbook. Other states, and indeed other nations, found ways to do standards without this kind of standardization. We can, too.

The role of state and federal policymakers in shaping how the Common Core is implemented is key. Education policy doesn’t impact all districts equally; it is the districts serving large numbers of poor children and children learning English that have been subjected  to the most pressure from accountability requirements, and as a result these are the districts that are most wedded to the NCLB strategies. If state leaders don’t deliver a clear message that Common Core is not NCLB version 2.0, the students who will lose out will be those who need good schools the most. The leaders of the schools and districts serving these kids need to be encouraged to let go of control…and take the leap to start to create school systems in which all participants, both students and adults, are thinkers.


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MENOS ES MÁS

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La directora del Instituto de la Mujer cree que las emprendedoras suplen las dificultades con creatividad y trabajo

La directora del Instituto de la Mujer cree que las emprendedoras suplen las dificultades con creatividad y trabajo | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
La directora general para la Igualdad de Oportunidades y del Instituto de la Mujer, Carmen Plaza, ha señalado que las emprendedoras suplen las dificultades como la falta de formación y experiencia en gestión empresarial y la obtención de...
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Gemelos en la escuela ¿separados o juntos?

Gemelos en la escuela ¿separados o juntos? | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it
Muchas familias que tienen hijos gemelos o mellizos se encuentra con esta situación cuando llega la hora de escolarizarlos: separarlos en aulas diferentes o mantenerlos unidos en la misma aula. En ...

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Alberto del Mazo's curator insight, February 15, 2013 8:14 AM

Excelente reflexión de @jesusjarque sobre este tema discutible. Aporta diferentes puntos de vista y criterios a tener en cuenta.

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Móviles en clase, aliarse con el enemigo

Móviles en clase, aliarse con el enemigo | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it

No, parece que nuestros hijos/as no son los únicos a quienes se castiga por usar el móvil en clase.


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El talento innato de los niños y su creatividadad

El talento innato de los niños y su creatividadad | acerca superdotación y talento | Scoop.it

Entrevista con Pep Torres. Pep tiene más de 20 años de experiencia en el mundo creativo y de la invención. Ha parti...

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